Kerr Russell associate, Cody Attisha, participated in a panel discussion sponsored by the State Bar of Michigan Taxation Section. The webinar was on COVID-19 & How Associates Can Make the Most of Working from Home.
Cody shared his experiences of working from home and offered tips to other attorneys on making the most of working from home during the state-wide government shutdown order. Cody also discussed how he has been assisting many businesses impacted by COVID-19 shutdown orders by helping them secure a variety of government incentives.
Some key takeaways from the discussion include the following:
- Learning as Much as You Can: Taking any extra time to focus on CLE and understanding different areas of law
- Taking Advantage of Technology to Stay Connected and Continue Socializing with Others: Microsoft Teams, Skype, Facetime, etc.
- Taking Breaks and Shutting Down at Routine Times: When working from home it’s difficult to separate work from personal home life. It can often feel like you are always connected to the office and always available to work. Sometimes It’s best to have a set time for breaks and to wind down.
- Exercise to Maintain Mental Health and Well-being: Bike rides, walks, etc.
Cody Attisha focuses on taxation law, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, finance, and estate and trust planning. He also helps clients with entity formation, including evaluating, choosing, and implementing the right partnership, corporate, or non-profit structure.
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